Top 4 Questions Should be Asked before Renting an Office in China

Editor:Kerry Lee| Resource:AT0086.com

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Sometimes finding a proper new office for your business can be as difficult as enlarging your business, let alone in another country. During this process, you have to balance many factors to find the most proper one. Before starting your business in China, you should ask yourself the following questions.
Sometimes finding a proper new office for your business can be as difficult as enlarging your business, let alone in another country. During this process, you have to balance many factors to find the most proper one. Before starting your business in China, you should ask yourself the following questions.
 
Where you want the office to be?
Your office’s location is an essential part for your business’s success. Remember not to rent an office according to your own convenience. You should also think about clients and employees as well. When deciding on location, consider the following factors:
1. Is the building zoned for your particular commercial use?
2. Is the office convenient to public transportation?
3. Is it within easy commuting distance of a population from which you can attract quality employees?
4. Is it convenient to the kind of business services you're likely to require (printers, suppliers, shippers, and the like)?
5. Is it in a neighborhood or region that will lend prestige to your business?
 
What is your space need?
A too large office will let you waste your money, while a smaller office is not good for your company’s future expansion. When considering the space need, you should consider several aspects, for example, a reception area, meeting room, number of employees, kitchen, and bathrooms and so on. Make sure whether you need them and then make your determination.
 
What is your afford ability?
When renting an office, you should know how much money you can pay for it. Generally a long lease on expensive office space can spell cash-flow disaster for any promising venture. The best way is to come up with realistic business projections, and then calculate the maximum you can afford to spend on office space. What’s more, if you decide to receive clients on-site, you should consider their convenience and comfort, and remember that a professional image is essential.
 
What is you service needs?
Make sure the spaces you're considering can handle your complete infrastructure needs. This could include many aspects: the Electrical outlets, the telecommunications wiring, the computer wiring, sufficient heating or cooling and others such as cleaning, garbage removal, and security.
 

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